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Lethbridge Real Estate - Buyer Protection Plan

Lethbridge Real Estate - Buyer Protection Plan

 

Rainbow Realty is pleased to be the FIRST and ONLY real estate brokerage (so far) to be offering to our customers at no cost or expense a complete Buyer Protection Plan (BPP).  This plan can help potential home buyers know that they are safe in making a home purchase, even if they are concerned about the market conditions or about property values.

 

Buyer Protection Plan
buy any home through us and if you are not
100% Satisfied
for any reason, within 12 months
We will Sell It For Free

 

We are please to offer this buyer protection plan (BPP) to all of our future clients who purchase both existing residential houses as well as new home construction.  This makes our plan especially attractive to local new home builders and their clients.

 

Under our buyer protection plan any client who purchases a MLS listed property through our brokerage OR purchases one of our exclusive listings directly through us, is eligible and qualifies for the program.  If you are not completely satisfied with the property, contact us within the 12 month period and we will waive 100% of our listing portion of the real estate commission which we normally charge.  There is no limit on the amount of money you will save, and no restrictions on the type or style of property to which our Lethbridge BPP applies.

 

For more details, feel free to contact us and discuss how we can help you feel more confident and comfortable making a purchasing decision in the future.   Rainbow Realty - Lethbridge Alberta - 403.330.3039

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Robert W May is a Real Estate Broker in Lethbridge Alberta, having now been in the industry for over 23 years. . He was also a licensed Lethbridge mortgage broker and financing expert with Canada First Mortgage of Calgary Alberta for the past 10 years.  He is an industry leader always willing to help train and educate others in how to improve their business models for financial and personal benefit.




 

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsRobert May • September 13 2010 05:22PM

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